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The Outlook

Copyright, 1919, by The Outlook Company

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THR OUTLOOK 18 PUBLISHED WBKLY BY THE OUTLOOK COMPANY, 381 POURTH AVENUL, NEW YORK. LAWRENCE 1. ABBOTT, PRESIDENT. N. T. PULSITER, VICE-PRESIDENT. TRANX C. HOYT, TREASURER. ERNEST H. ABBOTT, SECRETARY. TRAVERS D. CARMAN, ADVERTISING MANAGER

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"The Most Beautiful Hymnal in the American Church"

HYMNS OF THE UNITED CHURCH

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The Proposed Alliance with France ..... 525
Further Problems of Peace ............. 525
Two Dilemmas in the Prohibition Bill.. 525
The Shipping Strike Settled. ........
The Strike in the Air..............
“Stability” in Mexico..
Traveling Salesmen and the Ballot......
Community Visiting........

527 The Community Spirit.................. 527 Cartoons of the Week......

528 Mr. Taft, Mr. Hughes, and the League

of Nations .
The Guide of the Nations ..............

By Lyman Abbott
Father Victory...
Racial Tension and Race Riots.........
On a Barbless Hook.

By Harold Trowbridge Pulsifer
The Fourteenth of July at Paris ........ 535

Staff Correspondence by Elbert F. Baldwin What the Pacific Northwest Thinks About the League and the Treaty............ 537

By Frederick M. Davenport
The New Nation of Asia............... 539

By Charles W. Holman
Italy—and the Next War?.........

...... 542 Staff Correspondence of The Outlook from

Gregory Mason Christiana's Ring (Poem)

By Amelia Josephine Burr The New Great Thing: A Story of Adventure............

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By Keene Abbott
Current Events Illustrated .............. 545
Weekly Outline Study of Current History 550

By J. Madison Gatbany, A.M.
U.S. Army Motor-Truck Train on Trans-

continental Demonstration Tour .......
Mr. Pasitch and Albania...............
Was Ireland Ever United ?...........
By the Way......

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What Is Nerve Force?

WAS IRELAND EVER

UNITED? The Outlook of July 9 publishes an article by Everett P. Wheeler, under the heading “ Common Sense about Ireland,” to which, with your kind permission, I wish to say a few words in reply.

Mr. Wheeler states that there never was a united Ireland, independent of Great Britain, and to prove this assertion he quotes from Justin McCarthy, the historian, as follows :

“ The island was divided among native chiefs, who concerned themselves mainly about their local interests, and had, no doubt, their natural rivalries.”

This cannot be taken to mean that the people were divided, but evidently refers to the land ; and the fact that the people were concerned about their local affairs proves that they were not engaged in strife or civil warfare.

True, Ireland was divided into four petty kingdoms, but all were subject to one inonarch, called the “Ard Ri,” or King of Ireland, whose seat was at Tara, where also was located the principal Council, or Parliament, which represented the whole nation.

History and legend both record that this form of government lasted several centuries, and unless there was some degree of cohesion and unity among the people it could not possibly have endured for such a length of time.

l'he real disunion in Ireland began with the advent of the Norman barons and their followers, and when her Ulster was latched by religious intolerance which came on the heels of the Reformation, and which has been kept alive and fostered to the present day by every conceivable means as a guard against the danger of unity.

In his brief summary of Irish history Mr. Wheeler cites a number of “indisputable facts,” of which the following are samples, namely: that O'Neil proclaimed himself King of Ulster and was killed in an affray by Scottish settlers; that Edmund Burke was the greatest Irish statesman and advocated the union of Ireland with Great Britain ; and that Grattan's Parliament refused to pass a bill for Catholic emancipation.

O'Neil never proclaimed himself, nor was he proclaimed, King of Ulster. He was a chieftain who fought against the armies of Elizabeth for a period of ten years, till, finally overwhelmed by superior numbers, he escaped to Rome, where he died an exile.

Edmund Burke was an English statesman, and represented the English constituency of Bristol in the English Parliament, was paymaster of the army, and was the recipient of a large pension. I would consider him very foolish to ruin his career and lose his emoluments by advocating Irish freedom.

Grattan's Parliament never discussed a Catholic emancipation bill ; such a measure was never introduced to that body, as it was absolutely unnecessary; the mere fact of the existence of an Irish Parliament acted automatically in the emancipation of the Catholics.

The Act of Union was brought about by coercion, intimidation, and bribery, a transaction stigmatized by Mr. Gladstone as the most shameful and criminal in the annals of history. (See Gladstone's speech on introducing the Home Rule Bill in 1886.)

H. McMANAMY. New York.

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THE PROPOSED ALLIANCE

that it be submitted at the same time as or even one-half, of the burden which WITH FRANCE

the general Treaty, it was sufficient for might have been laid upon the Empire TN transmitting to the Senate the spe- placing that provision in the text. It was if it had remained intact. Somebody, Icial treaty with France by which the the one provision by which the President however, has got to bear that burden. United States would agree to help in was bound by the mere fact that he had The question has been how to distribute defending France against German aggres- negotiated it.

that among the various peoples formerly sion, the President urged it not only on It has been said on behalf of the Presi. constituting the Empire, and particularly the ground of our special obligation to dent by Senator John Sharp Williams how to apportion it between those peoples France, but also on the ground of the that the purport of that provision was to who constitute openly enemy states and special exigency which will exist pending make it certain that the two treaties those peoples who have been absorbed by the organization of the League of Na- should be before the Senate at the same the Allied and Associated Powers. It is tions. He declared that it was an arrange time, and that as soon as the Franco- an exceedingly difficult question. It is ment “not independent of the League of American agreement was submitted the too complicated to set forth in anything Nations, but under it.” Announcing that two treaties would be before the Senate less than a treatise. It is plain, however, Great Britain volunteers the same prom. at the same time. That, however, is not that at best the Austrians will have to ise, he interpreted the agreement as the wording of the provision. There are carry a burden of great weight for many follows:

few things which a nation should make years to come. : Two Governments who wish to be with so great care, and, when made, Hungary is a much more disturbing members of the League of Nations ask should guard and keep so scrupulously factor at present than Austria. The leave of the Council of the League to be as a promise.

Peace Conference has announced that un. permitted to go to the assistance of a

Now that the treaty has been subfriend whose situation has been found to

less the Government of Bela Kun, which be one of peculiar peril, without await

mitted, it can be officially considered. It has been attempting to form a kind of ing the advice of the League to act. is not a rash pledge that is pro partnership with the Bolsheviki of Rus

posed. In effect it is simply an assur- sia, is overthrown the Allies will not For some reason not as yet forth

ance to France that America will not lift the blockade. The difficulty seems to coming it has been assumed that this

leave to France alone the responsibility be that a considerable proportion of proposed special treaty with France

of repelling any assault upon the victory Bela Kun's strength has been due, not was withheld from publication in the

which America helped to win. Mere to his Bolshevism, but to what we in United States when it was known in fairness to the partner that is closest to America would call his jingoism.: He France and England. On July 24 it was

peril requires that we give her this as- wants to keep within Hungary as many read as news in the United States Senate surance.

of the subject peoples as possible. So by Senator Brandegee. As a matter of

there has been fighting between the Hunfact, it was published in the United

garians and Czechoslovaks on one side States broadcast on July 3 and 4, at the FURTHER PROBLEMS

and the Hungarians and Rumanians on very time it was published in the London

the other. There has been a lack of “ Times” and in the “ Figaro” of Paris. Five years ago last week Austria

strong and firm policy at Paris. This complaint concerning an imaginary Hungary launched its attack on Serbia.

While representatives of the Great grievance has diverted public attention Last week Austria and Hungary, sep

Powers have been discussing plans as to from a complaint which, whether justi- arated from one another, shorn of terri.

what they are going to do in future years, fied or not, has a basis of fact. tory occupied by their formerly subject

they have failed to act with firmness or According to this agreement as framed peoples, and shaken by political disturb

with much evidence of co-operation in in Paris and accepted by the President, ances and physical violence, were okjects

dealing with such wars as these Hunit is provided (in Article IV) that “it of special consideration by the Peace

garian-Rumanian and Ilungarian-Czechoshall be submitted to the Senate of the Conference in Paris. On July 8 Austria

slovak wars in the present. The HunUnited States of America at the same had received the rest of the terms which

garians are still an enemy people, and it time as the Treaty of Versailles shall be had first been handed over to her on

gives only an impression of weakness to submitted for assent to ratification.” June 2, shortly after her delegates arrived

attempt to withstand their aggressiveness On July 10 President Wilson sub at St. Germain. Austria has now, there

by offering them threats when the Powers mitted the Treaty of Versailles to the fore, practically the full text of the

ought to act unitedly in enforcing obediSenate, but did not submit the Franco- Treaty as the Peace Conference proposes

ence to the terms of the armistice. What American treaty. In fact, he distinctly it. As in the case of Germany, ample

is needed is the exercise of police power. said that he would reserve submission of time was given to Austria to consider the that treaty to a later date. Of course, terms and to make suggestions for modialthough the individual Senators were fication. Dr. Renner, the head of the TWO DILEMMAS IN THE aware of the treaty and might have had Austrian delegation, has declared the PROHIBITION BILL the text of its provisions before them, terms to be so severe as to be impossible On July 22 the bill to enforce both neither the Senate nor any committee of of fulfillment.

war-time prohibition and the Prohibithe Senate could officially act upon it or Of course Austria's case is different tion Amendment was passed by the House have it under consideration as a matter from that of Germany. The Austro- of Representatives. of business which has any parliamentary Hungarian Empire has disappeared. In framing this measure the legislators rights until it was formally and officially Austria itself, as it survives the wreck, encountered two difficulties for which it submitted to the Senate.

represents only a minority of the people is not easy to see a satisfactory solution. Whatever the reason was for requiring of the old Empire, and cannot carry all, In the first place, the question arose

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